The Detroit Lions could've used Pro Bowl wide receiver Kenny Golladay during losses to division foes the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers over the past two weeks.
The 26-year-old isn't fully healed from his hamstring injury, but he wants to take the field Sunday when Chicago travels to face the Arizona Cardinals.
"God-willing, I'm going to try everything in my power to be out there with the guys," Golladay said on Friday, per Michael Rothstein of ESPN.
Golladay practiced on a limited basis in each of the past three days. Just having him on the field could take some attention away from targets such as fellow receiver Marvin Jones Jr. and tight end T.J. Hockenson.
Golladay led the Lions in catches (65), targets (116), receiving yards (1,190), receiving scores (11) and yards after catch (301) in 2019.